What are my options for building a server-based storage solution wirelessly connectable to either an OS X or Windows 7 laptop? [more inside]
I want to wirelessly control basic transport functions in my recording software without using an internet-based network or buying a Frontier Tranzport. Specifically, I'd like to use my iPhone 3G to connect to a local network that I will create, including a Mac G4 with OS 10.4.x and an Intel G5 with 10.4.11. How do I do this?
Laptop (running Vista) connects to home wireless network full strength but not to internet. The other laptop (OS X) connects to internet wirelessly no problem. The Vista laptop can connect the internet via ethernet cable. This seems to be a common problem but i cannot find an appropriate solution [more inside]
What is the best wireless router for a Mac based household? [more inside]
Two Macbook Pros, same model, same room, one gets a lot of bars and a strong connection via airport; the other gets just a couple of bars and a low connection. [more inside]
Upgraded to Leopard, now I can't connect to my wireless at home, what gives? [more inside]
Xbox 360 + Connect 360 (OS X) + 720p + 802.11n = jerky video? [more inside]
Mac OSX filter: Help! Airport keeps kicking me off... and then hiding... [more inside]
DD-WRT wireless access question: why can I connect to some sites when I'm wired into the router but not able to access those same sites when I'm connected via wi-fi? [more inside]
Apple Airport wireless printing problem: I am able to print wireless from my MacBook to our printer (via our Airport). My girlfriend, on the other hand, cannot. She has XP. [more inside]
Why does my wireless connection on my Macbook spontaneously die and prevent me from reconnecting for a minute or so? [more inside]
Why has my wireless connection gone wonky? And how can I fix it? [more inside]
OSX wifi: Why would I not use 'Interference Robustness'? [more inside]
How can I get my Wii online via my Airport Extreme? [more inside]
Is there any way that I can easily use my iMac Desktop (Current Intel Model) monitor as a second or primary monitor for my Powerbook using either the wireless network or a monitor adapter? [more inside]
Recently my bike and some other trivial stuff has been stolen off my porch.
My bike was locked. :(
I want to bait this thief with another bike (my broken one) and see who this jerk is. I have a mac and want to use a wireless webcam. Infrared is key since I believe he strikes at night. Is there an app for OS X and a compatible webcam for this situation? Ideally, it would not capture footage unless their is activity.
Suggestions for AirTunes Fun / Hacks, please! [more inside]
Today I saw a Slim Devices SqueezeBox 3
. Just read a review at NYT
. Looks pretty neat. That said, I have zero interest or use for the radio/pandora aspect of it. However, the other features may make it worth the price tag. But, before I shell out... what are my other alternatives? (On OS X) [more inside]
Setting up a Mac wirelessly on ADSL. Help! [more inside]
Mixed wireless network: 3 Macs, one Windows XP PC. We're using 40-bit WEP encryption, and for some reason the Windows XP laptop simply cannot stay on the network... why that be? [more inside]
Is there a way to tell a Powerbook with airport to connect only to Access Points like Windows XP? [more inside]
Can you share iTunes Music Libraries over an ad-hoc (computer to computer) network? [more inside]
How do I convince my Mac to ignore all the wireless networks around it that aren't my own? [more inside]
I had an app a few years back, that would create a collage of the images floating around in real-time, over a local wireless network. It ran on OS X or OS9 and I remember a fellow blogger talking about it. I can't remember the name of it, but maybe someone else does.
Wireless Network Security: I'd like to know more about keeping my info safe on OS X. [MI] [more inside]
I've got a network in my home - one PC, connected by wire to the router, and one Apple, connected by an Airport card (which I believe is 802.11G). The fastest speed I can get transferring files from one to the other is 2.5MB/s, which seems slow. Am I right, or is this standard?
Stupid Mac question - I have an AirPort card, but no base station. I was just visiting my cousin for the weekend, and they have one, and they did something to my computer to get it to connect to their wireless network (they have all sorts of security on it) and now I cannot have my AirPort card turned on without it automatically connecting to my neighbors' networks. I use an ethernet cable here at home, and I have my configuration set to look for the ethernet connection before a wireless one. I am at a total loss as to what to do to tell it to not automatically connect, short of leaving the card turned off unless I'm using it (and Apple's website is no help, because they assume that you do want to use it). Any ideas?